Hunters – important license changes coming soon February 21, 2014 Michigan

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Hunters – important license changes coming soon February 21, 2014 Michigan, MDNR News
... Deer hunters now have three license options to harvest antlered deer:  A single deer license, which replaces the separate firearm and archery season licenses of previous years. The single deer license is valid for archery, firearm and muzzleloader seasons. With this choice, you will NOT be able to purchase a second deer license, but you will be able to purchase antlerless deer licenses where available.  
     The deer combo license, which includes two deer licenses, one regular and one restricted, as in previous years. Both licenses are valid for archery, firearm and muzzleloader seasons. Antler point restrictions apply based on the area of the state where you hunt. 
     The hunt/fish combo license, which includes the regular and restricted deer combo licenses, a base license and an all-species fishing license.

State hunting license changes to take effect March 1 February 22, 2014 Michigan, The Detroit News 
... all hunters will be required to have a base license ... $11 ... Licenses for other species will have to be purchased separately ...  $20 for deer and $100 for wolves ... Under the old price structure ... deer licenses $15 ...


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